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July 29, 2020


New Hampshire Opens its Roads to Flying Cars

(Thanks to Rod Nunley)


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"Live free or fly" Will they have tags?

One of the first things my instructor taught me when I started taking flying lessons was: "Takeoffs are optional, landings aren't."

Sounds like an oxymoron - FLYING would not need no stinkin' roads.

Can't wait to see how Bernoulli's principle applies when they stop for a red light.

They obviously didn't interview Doc Brown as part of the approval process.

"Where we're going...."


It's great for avoiding rush hour traffic but you need a reallllllllly long driveway.

I live in New Hampshire. I'd want to know how these things handle in snow before I bought one, if I could afford it. I have a long, steep driveway, which is too narrow for a runway, and from what I've seen, these would never make it in the winter, like many cars without AWD or 4WD. The prop would just make them skid into the snowbanks.

When spiders attack...
https://www.masslive.com/news/2020/07/woman-crashes-car-into-boats-blames-spider.html ...in her defense, she wasn't in Florida, but with most colleges ending the fall semester at Thanksgiving break, how far away can Spring-Break be?

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